Atlus is bringing Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth, the dungeon crawler/role-playing game starring a crossover cast of Persona characters, to North America on June 4. The Nintendo 3DS game was originally released in Japan in November 2018.
The game will feature characters from Persona 3, Persona 3 Portable, Persona 4, and Persona 5 on an all-new adventure. Players will take control of Persona 5 protagonist Joker as they explore a series of cinematic labyrinths that parody popular film genres. Here’s how Atlus describes the RPG’s story:
The Phantom Thieves are on another adventure as they find themselves trapped within a series of labyrinthine movies, each with its own unique twists and turns themed after various movie genres. Along the way, you’ll encounter other like-minded heroes who possess the will and strength to help you in your journey. But who is this mysterious girl Hikari, and how will everyone escape from this cinematic entanglement that transcends time and space!?
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be released in two forms: a special launch edition that includes the 3DS game and a quartet of buttons, which costs $39.99, and the “Showtime” premium edition, which costs $69.99. Here’s what the deluxe version of the game includes:
5” Koromaru Plush — Now you too can have your very own plush of everyone’s favorite Shiba from Persona 3!
Art Book — Take in all the illustrations featured in the game with the included art book!
Deck of Playing Cards — Enjoy playing your favorite card games in style with a full deck of playing cards emblazoned with characters featured in Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth!
Set of 4 Buttons — Show off your love for Persona’s most iconic characters with some flair with this set of four buttons featuring the P3, P3P, P4, and P5 protagonists!
Collectible Outer Box — You need to place to hold all this merchandise, don’t you? Everything included in the “Showtime” Premium Edition can be housed in this collectible box!
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth will be voiced in Japanese with English-language subtitles.
The original Persona Q was released in 2014. You can read Polygon’s review of that game for our thoughts on Atlus’ Persona-infused dungeon crawler.